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CMU Insights seminars on music rights and fan engagement announced

By | Published on Monday 18 December 2017

Music Rights

Bookings have opened for another series of CMU Insights seminars, once again supported by law firm Lewis Silkin, which hosts the sessions at its London HQ on Chancery Lane.

The six seminars taking place in February and March come in two sets of three. The first set is focused on making money from music copyright, and provides a concise introduction to music rights, music licensing and the music rights sector. The second set is on fan engagement, with seminars of social media, music PR and direct-to-fan.

Says CMU’s Chris Cooke, who runs the seminars: “Everyone involved in music should know the basics about copyright, as they are almost certainly creating, representing or exploiting music rights. Copyright can seem very complicated at times, but our seminars provide all the basic information in an easy-to-follow fashion, which is why they are so popular”.

He goes on: “Our fan engagement sessions are also really popular. We have one focused on social and another on music media. The latter also includes stats from our recent survey of UK music journalists. And this time we are also introducing a revised direct-to-fan seminar, looking at what to do with all that data and how to build an effective artist store”.

Places on each seminar are £49.99 including booking fee and VAT. Though places can be booked on all three copyright courses or all three fan engagement courses for just £125. The seminars take place each Monday evening from 5 Feb – get all the info here.



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